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the rematch taking center stage. the fight described by some as one of the best in ufc history. randy has highlights. a hectic night for police investigating two separate homicides. first, a body was found in the backyard of a northeast valley home. then a fist fight turns deadly. good evening, everyone. we start with a gruesome discovery in the backyard of a valley home, a man shot to death and his killer on the run. it is our stop story. we start off at med try headquarters. >> first homicide of the day. a man in his 30s was shot and left for dead at an apartment complex.
shooter. a grizzly discovery on colby lane, a body face down in a backyard, neighbors horrified. >> i heard at least eight shots. >> at least four hours passed until detectives were called to the scene. >> there is about six people reporting they heard gunshots, they didn't hear any yelling, screaming, nothing about a vehicle in the area. gunshots are common, it wasn't dead at an apartment complex. >> he was deceased. by the time the police arrived here around 11, i'm not sure, but he had been out laying on on the ground for some time. >> this death could have a connection to gang activity. >> we have a gang many else that
they are always out roaming. >> a neighborhood on edge. >> to have something happen next door is shocking to me. i just hope they get to the bottom of it. >> so far there are no suspects in custody and police are looking to the public's help on this one. if you have information, they are asking for you to call police or call the crimestoppers starting out as a busy weekend. thank you. it meantime, hours later metro police were called to another homicide. police say a physical fight between neighbors led to the death of a 44-year-old man. one person involved in that fight was detained for questioning, but no word of an
that metro vast investigated so far this year. we want to get to jerry brown. we have activity here in the valley in the form of rain. >> a few showers. nothing too exciting. we were looking at rain up north around 6:00. didn't think that that was going to hold together and make it into the valley. we have had a little moisture move through. let's close you could see that moisture making a run at las vegas and valley. moving from the northeast to the southwest valley. we'll close in on our doppler here. you can see the moisture has moved out into the mountains. i don't think we are going to get more behind that. the possibility of thunderstorms looms for the beginning of the workweek and for tomorrow as well. i will put that in my forecast,
progress to report on the blue cut fire. the department of forestry and fire protection says the blaze that has burned 37,000 acres is now 73% contained. the voluntary evacuation orders remain in place for 7,000 residents. mostly around the areas of rightwood and little creek. at the height of the fire 82,000 people were under evacuation orders. six people are without a home. firefighters got a call just before 5:00 this morning to the area of sahara. the living room and kitchen of that residence were gutted. investigators do believe the fire started in a living room. no word, however, on the cause.
arizona police dog passed away. he died saturday morning at a critical care facility in las vegas. the canine officer assisted searchers after two injured hikers became stuck on the top of a mountain range in arizona. he showed signs of heat exhaustion and was transported to a clinic despite showing signs of improvement, he trauma. he had been with the department for one year. today family and friend and firefighters joined together to mourn the loss of 26-year-old jump beeb. hundreds lined the road into a park. one week ago he was killed while
fire-weakened tree. this was his first year in a montana based hotshot crew. still to come, ryan lochte going on the record. the latest on the controversy surrounding four olympic swimmers. he gives his side of the story. the back to school countdown is on. how the community is coming together to help several students gear up we want to leave you with a live look at rio. the closing ceremony is set to take place.
said we are victims. we are victims and we are happy that we are safe. in the police press conference they said you are vandals. how do you feel about that? >> it's how you want to make it look like, whether you call it a robbery, whether you call it extortion or us paying just for the damages. all we know is at a there gun pointed in our direction and we were demanded to give money. >> gunner in his statement to police said someone who spoke english walked over and offered to help translate this altercation. and he made it clear that the security guard was telling the four of you, you need to pay for that stuff that damage, before you can leave here, or i'm going to call the police.
>> so we had to give the money. >> at that point you are striking a deal to pay for what damage you have caused so that he doesn't call the police. and this doesn't become a bigger incident, isn't that fair? >> we just wanted to get out of there. there was a gun point in our direction. we wanted to get out of there as quick as possible. the only way we knew, this guy saying you have to give him money. we gave himon out. >> the first version you told was about the mean streets of rio. and the version we are hearing now is much more about a negotiated settlement to cover up some dumb behavior. >> that's why i'm taking full responsibility for it, is because i overexaggerated that story. if i never done that, we wouldn't be in this mess.
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there are thousands of homeless high school stoups, st, many in need of clothing. there was a sin some of these children in need today giving many an opportunity they may not have had otherwise. it helps more than 25 homeless kid across the las vegas valley. tonight we are talking about the possibility of rain. jerry says light showers, passing through the valley right now. they moved through. they came in from the north. let me show you right now.
this is down in henderson. you can see the cloud moving around, sunset. we had cloud on and off today. still hit 106 officially. we had a broad low pressure across southern nevada and the southwest. but dryer air up there did keep the rain out. look at this, we have got wind stained from the south southwest 24 miles per hour. it's 90?. theye 39 miles per hour. one more and they were tropical storm strength. cooler on the west side. 87, wind not a big deal. look how low the pressure is, it's come up. lower still here at our downtown studios, 91? here in downtown las vegas. as we look around the area, i can see a hundred in death valley.
city. same reading in mesquite. currently 89 summerland, 90 at the lakes. 91 in green valley. in terms of wind speed, they have been blowing down in henderson. you saw that 22, 23 miles per hour wind. 19 in las vegas. generally going to be in the 10 to 15 miles per hour range overnight. highs, you know what? i the computer reset. these are highs since midnight. we got up to 108 on the far east side of the valleys. okay. current temperatures, 91 in las vegas. that's top of the hour. and we are looking at high tomorrow of 99?. maybe it will hit a hundred, but we are going to be in the 90s
there are the showers, a lot of stuff to the south. we are not going to worry about that. this is stuff we have been looking at, it moved through earlier, came through the valley very quickly, drifting to the southwest. and i showed you that at the top of the broadcast. we go to volley doppler and it is dry. that's the way we like to see it. if you left the top of your convertible down, don't worry. we don't have any reports. 81 the overnight low in overton. highs tomorrow, looking good. low 100s in eastern clark county. mid to upper 90s. a little cooler outlying areas, partly cloudy, south wind 10 to is a miles per hour. tomorrow 99 with thunderstorms possible throughout the day. when you get up, you see a lot
see thunderstorms. we'll have some energy if it's cloudy and overcast. 83 at 7:00 am, the wind on the increase. better bet for scattered thunderstorms. also a chance forum belling thunder down on the lake. so keep your eyes to the skies if you have aquatic activities on the water. the threat of thunderstorms through tuesday. very diminished by tuesday. the best chance would be monday. not bad in is low 100s. >> clearing up. >> next weekend should be nice. >> we'll take it, thanks. >> professionals in the world of broadcasting were honored tonight at the four seasons hotel. the nevada broadcasters association holding its annual induction gala tonight where 39 professionals were inducted into
governor and his wife for their contributions to education. and senator harry reid presented the pinnacle award. he's serving as the president of the national association of broadcasters. coming up in sports, local high jumper cunningham was hoping to medal in her first olympic games in rio. plus ufc 202 on the books.
>> fight night in las vegas. the rematch took place at t-mobile arena. 202, this is the fight fans. mcgregor looking for his only loss. the smarter fighter, knocking him down, three time notice first round and a half of some bombs. turned it around in the late in the second round. mcgregor had to be saved by the bell after the third round as diaz came back strong.
diaz. he was running again. frustrating him and at the end of the bell, it was again diaz pounding on mcgregor, momentum stopped the fight and went to the scorecards. majority decision on two card for mcgregor. 47-all on one card. there might be a trilogy for these guys. >> do it again! this time i want it. now want the trilogy. >> we are not doing this a third time right now. i don't think there is anybody that doesn't want to see this fight again. conner is either going to go defend his title or give the title out. we'll figure out where we go from there. >> not next for conner mcgregor, but we'll see money talks.
everyone chasing park for the gold. she opened up that lead all the way to 5 shots with putts like this, knocking down the bird y lydia ko needed this to get silver. she gets the silver med. she's the number one player in the world. inbee torched shots like that. needed a tap-in. park goes 16-under and wins the gold. >> i had to overcome a lot of obstacles. i was able to make my body and physically and mentally strong enough to compete this week. i really wanted to do well this week to show a lot of people that i can still play.
nothing really was guaranteed a couple of months ago. >> all right. women's high jump, 1-year-old las vegas native cunningham, 2016 indoor champ, finished second. she could not clear 6'4". she was eliminated in 13th place. she will be back. the u.s. champion and her fourth jump. she gets gold. fails to medal. that's what happened. ruth of spain wins the gold. u.s.a. rolling around, 43 golds because the u.s. women won their sixth straight hoops medal. exciting day in rio. >> it will be followed by the closing ceremonies. thank you for joining us tonight. join us again tomorrow once again the final day of olympics
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ryan seacrest here. one last time at copacabana beach with a few of my friends. if you today, these are the things you need to know, rio de janeiro, day 15. wen jorgensen won the u.s. a first gold medal in triathlon. in the women's basketball gold medal game, the united states continued its unprecedented run of domination. >> once again, the united states